Leader of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami congratulates Narendra Modi

The acting ameer of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami has congratulated BJP and Narendra Modi over their recent landslide victory in the Indian elections. Maqbul Ahmed issued...

Sheikh Hasina reignites patriotism by setting Guinness record for choir singing of national anthem

Hundreds of thousands of Bangladeshis along with the country's head of the government sang the national anthem in the capital city of Dhaka on...

Kashmiri students expelled from India university for cheering Pakistan victory

Kashmiri students have been thrown out of an Indian university for supporting Pakistan's Asia Cup victory against India. The students have been permanently expelled...

Gunmen in Bangladesh free convicted Islamists in prison van attack

Gunmen in Bangladesh have attacked a police escort carrying convicted members of a banned Islamist group, freeing three prisoners. Two of the men had...

Sultan of Brunei’s ex-wife lost “£1m in a day in casinos”

The former wife of the Sultan of Brunei lost up to £1m a day during an extended gambling spree, a court has heard. Mariam Aziz...

Leader of Al-Qaeda calls for Islamic uprising in Bangladesh

An audio tape allegedly from the leader of Al-Qaeda has called on the Muslims of Bangladesh to rise up against Sheikh Hasina’s regime in...

Brave Bangladeshi boy who dived into a river to save a baby deer

Astonishing photos have emerged from Bangladesh depicting a boy risking his own life in floodwaters to help a drowning baby deer that was close...

Taliban capture SAS spy dog in Afghanistan

A British military dog captured by the Taliban has been paraded on television when it went missing during an SAS mission. Early reports had suggested...

Controversial Pakistani actress Veena Malik retires from film industry

Controversial actress, model and former item girl, Veena Malik, formally announced her retirement from the film industry. Veena, who got married to Dubai-based Pakistani businessman...

Pakistani counter-terror funds spent on luxury gifts

Pakistani officials used a secret counter-terrorism fund to buy wedding gifts, luxury carpets and gold jewellery for relatives of ministers and visiting dignitaries, according...
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